Maybe you're going on a blind date, need to rent out a room, or are hiring someone new to your small business. I've warned you many times that all that fun stuff you're putting up on Facebook is letting out in public information that perhaps should remain private.
In fact, you've probably used Facebook yourself to get a little bit of information on a new friend, acquaintance or prospective business partner.
If you're using Internet Explorer, and have specified an abnormally high level of paranoia for your browser, you may be able to remedy the situation by going to your Privacy settings under Internet Options, and selecting a privacy level of "Medium" for all sites, or just for this one.
At the bottom of the simple user interface, to the right of where it says, “Who Are All These People?
” is a user directory by first initial of last name.
If all your cookie settings are correct, as described above, and the problem persists, then please close Internet Explorer and reboot your computer.
There's lots of reasons someone might want to dig up dirt on someone.
Search your friends - or for yourself - by full name or username. You aren't limited to searching by name or username, either.